by Jason H
December 30th, 2013
“Xylitol” Me up Scotty
My sister was dental assistant for a number of years and was recommended to use Xylitol by one of her former colleagues instead of Fluoride based products. Xylitol is a sugar alcohol extracted from Birch & other hardwood trees thought to slow down bacteria in the mouth that leads to cavities.
Diets high in sugar, snacking, and the numerous sugary drinks we consume leave behind a Biofilm on our cavities. Bacteria causing tooth decay hides in the Biofilm and can often be over looked with standard brushing. The Xylitol extract helps to flush out the Bacteria hidden among Biofilms.
Studies have also shown Xylitol curbs cravings for sugar and other carbohydrates.
Fluoride is a waste by-product of manufacturing aluminum. In 1947, Fluoride was introduced into the drinking water of 70 American cities over the course of 3 years.
Fluoride is also produced from the waste of manufacturing explosives, fertilizers, and other necessities.
Scientific research shows areas that tend to fluoride their drinking water supplies experience higher rates of cavities, cancer, dental fluorosis, osteoporosis and other health problems.
One source comes from extracting sugars from Birch trees.
The other source is from the industrial waste of toxic manufacturing processes.
If Xylitol is over consumed, it has a soft laxative effect.
A lifetime of drinking fluoride may cause dementia. (Eventually you forget your constipated)
I could go on and on about how our government knows fluoride is harmful but knowingly continues to lace public drinking water with it.
The government is just probably trying to save money by not properly disposing of fluoride. Oh but wait… our country is like $18 trillion in debt so I guess they are really not trying to be fiscally on top of things.
Research Xylitol!!! Research Fluoride!!! make up your own mind.
I don’t think our government will be addressing the dangers of fluoride in drinking water supplies until after the Obamacare website is fully up and running and processing applications properly.
That means we might wait so long that we forget what we were waiting for?